About Stefany Gutu

Stefany works for the US Campaigns team of The Global Poverty Project and is interested in cultural, political, and social issues. She studies Economics at NYU. Though she writes a pretty pathetic bio, she hopes her articles to be a touch more intriguing.

Why Stefany Gutu is a Global Citizen

I am a global citizen because I have the privilege to be, the privilege to lead a happy, healthy life and to help others in my own small way to do the same.

Stories

  1. Video: Members of Congress support the Global Partnership for Education
    Education

    Members of Congress support the Global Partnership for Education

    By Stefany Gutu|May 4, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Check out this video message from your members of Congress supporting worldwide education! Read more

  2. Video: Senators support food aid reform
    Food & Hunger

    Senators support food aid reform

    By Stefany Gutu|May 3, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Check out this video from Senators Coons and Corker about the Food for Peace Reform Act. Read more

  3. Video: Members of Congress support the Global Food Security Act
    Food & Hunger

    Members of Congress support the Global Food Security Act

    By Stefany Gutu|May 3, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Check out these members of Congress voicing their support for food security around the world. Read more

  4. Video: Congressmen support worldwide water and sanitation
    Water & Sanitation

    Congressmen support worldwide water and sanitation

    By Stefany Gutu|May 3, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Check out Congressmen Blumenauer and Rangel discuss the importance of water and sanitation. Read more

  5. Article: #VaccinesWork, so why don’t we use them?
    Health

    #VaccinesWork, so why don't we use them?

    By Judith Rowland  and  Stefany Gutu|April 24, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Every child and mother deserve access to vaccines. Read more

  6. Article: Japanese encephalitis—terrible disease or the hottest new band?
    Health

    Japanese encephalitis—terrible disease or the hottest new band?

    By Judith Rowland  and  Stefany Gutu|April 23, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    A new campaign in Laos intends to reduce the spread of encephalitis among children. Read more

  7. Article: Gains for Gavi, gains for Ghana, gains for all
    Health

    Gains for Gavi, gains for Ghana, gains for all

    By Stefany Gutu|April 23, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Check out how small-sector efforts can lead to worldwide successes. Read more

  8. Article: Here today, gone in the next century: seven threatened natural wonders
    Environment

    Here today, gone in the next century: seven threatened natural wonders

    By Stefany Gutu|April 22, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Check out these seven magnificent places that could disappear in just a few decades. Read more

  9. Article: Happy anniversary, Water for the World Act—three months and counting
    Water & Sanitation

    Happy anniversary, Water for the World Act—three months and counting

    By Stefany Gutu|April 2, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Here's what's been accomplished so far. Read more

  10. Article: Vigilantism in the Digital Age
    Finance & Innovation

    Vigilantism in the Digital Age

    By Stefany Gutu|Feb. 2, 2015

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